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Rationalisation of Profiles of Abstract Argumentation Frameworks

Abstract : Different agents may have different points of view. This can be modelled using different abstract argumentation frameworks , each consisting of a set of arguments and a binary attack-relation between them. A question arising in this context is whether the diversity of views observed in such a profile of argumentation frameworks is consistent with the assumption that every individual argumentation framework is induced by a combination of, first, some basic factual attack-relation between the arguments and, second, the personal preferences of the agent concerned. We treat this question of rationalisability of a profile as an algorithmic problem and identify tractable and intractable cases. This is useful for understanding what types of profiles can reasonably be expected to come up in a multiagent system.
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Stéphane Airiau, Elise Bonzon, Ulle Endriss, Nicolas Maudet, Julien Rossit. Rationalisation of Profiles of Abstract Argumentation Frameworks. AAMAS 2016, May 2016, Singapore, Singapore. ⟨hal-01277428⟩

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